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    Difference between cand c++


    hey everyone what is the difference between cand c++??
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    C and C++ are two different languages that are related to each other.

    What specifically do you want to know?
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    Additional questions for you:

    Do you know what C is?

    Do you know what C++ is?

    How is this not a homework question?
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    Hi anupam27,

    These are the main difference between c and c++:

    1. In C data is secured but in c++ data is secured
    2. C follows the procedural programming paradigm while C++ is a multi-paradigm language
    3. C++ is a middle-level language but C is a middle-level language
    4. C++ is object-driven but C is function-driven
    5. C++ uses the bottom-up approach but C uses the top-down approach
    6. C++ supports function overloading but C does not
    7. The NAMESPACE feature in C++ is absent in case of C
    8. We can use functions inside structures in C++ but not in C.
    9. C++ supports Exception Handling but C does not.
    10. The standard input & output functions differ in the two languages
    11. C++ allows the use of reference variables but C does not

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